Bhupinder Singh appointed deputy CEO of Teleperformance

He joined Teleperformance four years ago.

Teleperformance, a global provider of digital business services, announced the appointment of Indian-origin Bhupender Singh as deputy chief executive officer. In his new role, Singh will oversee the group's digital transformation efforts and collaborate closely with Daniel Julien, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Teleperformance.

Together, they will lead the company's Executive Committee and focus on managing and expanding Teleperformance's diverse range of business services worldwide, an official statement noted.

An alumnus of the Institute of Technology Delhi and the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Singh served as the CEO of Intelenet, which was later acquired by Teleperformance in 2018. Before his tenure at Intelenet, Singh worked with renowned global management consulting firms McKinsey & Company and Booz Allen Hamilton.

Since joining Teleperformance four years ago, he has played a key role in the group's digital transformation, leading the integration of the Intelenet business and overseeing the company's digital initiatives. Singh was also elected as a director by Teleperformance's shareholders in the meeting held on April 13, 2023.

"Since Bhupender became part of the Teleperformance group in 2018, he has been an exceptional driving force leading our evolution from being essentially a customer experience management company to becoming a more sophisticated digital integrated business service group," said Daniel Julien, chairman and CEO of Teleperformance Group. "I warmly welcome Bhupender in his new enlarged role. This move further strengthens Teleperformance's corporate leadership and will help our group to sustain the growth of our revenues and profitability at levels significantly above the market average."

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